Police: Ulster County Man Found With Over 800 Bags of Heroin
An alleged Hudson Valley heroin dealer is accused of possessing over 800 bags of heroin. On Thursday, members of URGENT (Ulster Regional Gang Enforcement Narcotics Team) arrested 58-year-old Louis D. Little of Hurley following an investigation into heroin sales in the Town of Hurley and surrounding areas.
Members of URGENT and the Ulster County Sheriff’s Office K9 Unit pulled Little over on Route 28 in the Town of Ulster. During the traffic stop, Little was found to be in possession of 580 bags of heroin, police say.
Following the traffic stop, police obtained a search warrant at Little's home where 240 more bags of heroin were allegedly found.
In total, 820 bags of heroin were seized, police say. Little was charged with four counts of criminal possession of a controlled substance, felonies.
He was arraigned in the Town of Hurley Justice Court and was remanded to the Ulster County Jail with no bail.
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